What to expect

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An environment for experimentation

Google Sandbox is inspired by the software development term "sandbox"- an environment for experimentation, testing, and learning. Whether you’re early in your career or a seasoned professional, a software engineer or an accountant, the Sandbox program reflects a wide range of professional talent and focus areas.

Who can attend Google Sandbox?

Google Sandbox is currently open to industry professionals. If you’re a student, please check out some of our student-focused programs.

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Technical Series

This series provides insight into various product areas and technical roles across Google. You’ll gain insight into how Google works through product demos, code labs, design sprints, technical talks, and product deep dives.

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Business Series

This series provides insight into various business functions and roles across Google, from Sales and Support to Finance. You’ll gain insight into how Google works through presentations, workshops, career panels and discussions.

Program format & content

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    Live & virtual

    Our live programs provide the opportunity to experience Google Sandbox in person while our virtual programs provide the flexibility to view content when it’s convenient for you.
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    Open houses & learning labs

    Our open-house style programs provide the opportunity to experience a wide variety of content while our learning labs dive deep into a specific subject matter — a master class of sorts.
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    Deep technical focus

    Tech talks, demos, codelabs, case studies, design sprints, workshops, and panels spotlight how Google works from the inside.
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    Cultural immersion

    Panels, fireside chats, Googler spotlights, and social receptions provide insight into Google's culture and values — from how we think about work to how we work together.

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